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The Obsolete Stock Evil. Some Establishments are Museums for Reception of Commodities the Public Will Not Have. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

The Obsolete Stock Evil. Some Establishments are Museums for Reception of Commodities the Public Will Not Have. (By \yalter Barrett, in 'Grocery.' ) ;; ;One of the weaknesses of the modern -grocer is firs- inclination to accumulate obsolete stock: In top many of our grocery establishments shelves have :been transformed into veritable museums for ' the reception of commodities the demand for which is nil— goods which-, in plain words, the public - will not have and do not want ?: There/are many causes which go to make for this accumulation, but there are two or three root factors. There is on the one hand, a strong ten dency on the part of some to belittle goods, which-' by reason of the publicity given them by the press, are m popular favour, and consequently, being in general demand, are more often than not of a char acter that show to the grocer not quite so great an apparent profit as thos'e not so advertised. But whicli, in the end,. will show you [the better result? Which is pr...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Local and General, Tennis, — It will be interesting for members to know that it is expected to commence play on Saturday the 22nd inst. when the courts should be in excellent condition. In order to get ready for playing, the committee will be glad to see as many members as possible next Saturday afternoon, the 15th inst., as there is $? good deal of work to be done. It is also hoped that all new members will give in their names to the secretary, Mr E. S. Hart, as soon as possible. It will then be possible to elect them as members at a committee meeting to be held immediately and so enable them to. attend the annual meeting of the Club, which will be held later- in the mouth. . .-, Elder's Stock Report.--- El|erf Smith and Co., Limited, report under date the 12th instant: — A . good enquiry continues for young . sheep and wethers of fattening . ages off shears, but there is not much enquiry foraged sheep. Good quality .dairy cows in full profit are slightly firmer than late rates but...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. OUR FORESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. OUR FORESTS. The projected opening of the South West to intensive agricultural settle ment in conformity with the speeding up land policy of the Mitchell Government brings into view a series of problems not associated with the settlement oE the wheat belt. There is only one way to deal with the wheat areas. That way is to get it cleared and brought into cultivation as soon as it is humanly possible to do so. Every day that &n acre of it is left undeveloped means wealth never to be recovered. The position in regard to ihe South-West is not by any means so simple and evident. It niay. be asked if there are great areas of arable land awaiting development., iii' . this ( well-watered territory. . According to the report of the Royal Coinmis.Mon on the agricultural industry, which investigated the- subject n year ; or two agn, the Crown Land suitable for agricultural settlement in the South Wost does not amount to more tha,n ?')00,000 aer...

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Rifle Nofei. BUtfBtJR?. The eighth shoot for the Trenowefclx and the second shoot for the Johnson Trophy took place on. Sunday last over the. 500 and 600jpaa?d raages, and was won by Mi? W. Xi. Marsh. Following are the agores 1— .100 600 Tl. Hep Ae W, Marsh .... 33 26 59 4Q 69 J. Nisbett .„ 30 33 63 5 68 Gay Teede .., 31 38 59 8 67 S. Bireh .., 38 30 58 8 63 J. Hougb. ... 32 25 57 6 63 F. Smith ... 29 27 56 7 6Q C.R. Hill ... 32 28 QQ 8 62 P. Ford .., 29 26 55 7 62 Cunningham 31 23 54 7 61 Clem Hill ... 82 28 50 U QJ G. Bruoe ... 32 24 58 . 4 60 GKF, Teede.,, 2? 28 55 5 60 E.Keddie ... 25 27 52 3 55 Tomlinson !... 24 20 44 8 52 J. Murray ... 14 16 30 12 42 .... ? _ «5

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Mail Notices. — * — Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — .United Kingdom, Nov 24. ' Asia. Nov. 21, _ * ? Egypt, Nov. 24. - , Asia, Nov. 24.. America and Canada, Nov. 24. South Africa, Nov. 22.

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Our Orchards (Continued from last issue) [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Our Orchards (Continued from last issue) The above is the stock solution. Use 1 gallon of stock solution to 10 gallons of water. ^ First spraying to be applied when tmHc arc iVinwinc oink. but before any of the blossoms have fully open ed; second spraying to be applied just after petals have fallen. The results of various experiments carried out in spraying for the con trol of Anthracnose and Woolly Aphis have already been published in the 'Farmer.' The quantity of fruit produced. for season 1917-18, and the areas from which same were gathered, are as follows : — Variety. ? bushels. Oranges ? 135,767 .-? Mandarins .. ...... 14,943 Lemons ? 22,432 Apples ? 499,448 Pears ? 83,766 Apricots ? ? ? 24,439 Peaches .. ..... .. 52,586 Nectarinss ? : .. 9,837 Plums ? 42,850 Quinces .. .. ^. .. .. 9,346 Figs ? ; .. .. 48,481 s ? -943,895 cwts. Grapes ? : .. '.. 70,867 Variety. In bearing. Not bearing. Total. ' Increase- Decrease. ' : * * SCrCS. 3.Cr6S. a.rr-*^ n^rpc nr*fae Oranges :. ...... 1,...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. Barque Garbhneill 1340 tons, (Mil lars' T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Expected Arrivals-. — s.s. Kooringa, (T. Hayward and Son, Ltd, agents.) Nov. 20, s.s. Baron Elcho, (H. H. Abrahamson, agent. ) Nov. 21, s.s. Tankalilla, (A. E. Jackson, agent.) Nov. 28, ss. Huntress, (Millars T. and T. Co. Ltd, agents.) ?BTOTBSv S.s. Kurnalpi arrived in Bunbury on Nov. 13, leaving again the same day. S.s. Baron Elcho is due from Gee long on^Nov. 20, for 1100 tons of bunkers. .'_ S.s. Kooringa is expected some time next week, but no advice has been received.

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SHIPMENTS OF W.A. FRUIT. Somerset and Berrima Consignments—Satisfactory Results Obtained [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

SHIPMENTS OF W.A. FRUIT. Somerset and Berrima Consign ments—Satisfactory Results Obtained The Department of Agriculture has made available for publication the following report, submitted to the Production of wines and dried Agent-General by the Dominion Pro ducers' Agency, London, on West Australian fruit shipped to the United Kingdom by 'Somerset' and 'Ber- rima': — 'IBoth these vessels have landed their fruit in excellent condition, and with the exception of the very Targe Dunns' Seedlings there is very little waste to be recorded. It is inter esting to note the temperature at the 'Somerset' it was not above 34 degrees and upon the 'Berrima' it did not exceed 36 degrees. 'The fruit from the Mount Barker * district, which had been previously cool stored, by its excellent condition on arrival, gave strong evidence, in favour of this pre-cooling, as a quan tity of the fruit from other districts which had not been so cooled was certainly on the ripe side and some was shrivelled, where...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

I « No one likes to SHOW FRECKLES, so use * .. Is. 9d. 3s. n/VDD JBL r*f\ CHEMISTS, tAnli cfe Kj\J»i bunbury. ARTHUR NORTH, House, Land, Insurance, and General Commission Agent, AUCTIONEER and SWORN VALUATOR, Near Railway Station, Bunbury. - LOOK HERE FOR BARGAINS. FOR SALE: Faum For Sale— Boyup Breok, near Railway Siding, Locations 2411, .5253, 100 acres each. Full price -£B50. Grood chance for returned man. The soil is the best inW.A. Also several other Houses and Land , in all parts of Bunbury. See me at ? once and secure Bargains, they, aie going fast. ? ?TwbJJnice allotments on time pay ment. . Nice 6 roomed brick Houses tubs, copper, outbuildings, electric light. .£900. Terms : £400 deposit, balance ? remain on. mortgage. Stirling-st. ) , 'This is the chance for Thrifty Pur chasers. Now is your time. Enquire early and secure a bargain. You - cannot build at the prices. *4- Also two Good Cows in full milk, ' and three 1,000-Gallon Gal. Tanks. 'Write at once for full information...

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SYDNEY MILK SUPPLY. Scientific System of Collection and Distribution. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

SYDNEY MILK SUPPtY. Scientific Syetem'of Collection and Distribution. When Mr. S. Bradley, of -Messrs.'1 Charles Atkins and Co., was in Syd-/ ney recently, he made comprehensive^ inquiries into the co-operative pfac4 tice in vogue for the collection and-j m&iouuuon or milk supplies -'frtfhr producer to consumer. He was.gred.t ly attracted by the methods followed by the Illawarra Farmers' Coopera tive Milk Supply Company, of which - he has kindly supplied us with the lollowing account: . . TRe company receives supplies -, daily from farmers as far ^distant as | 170 miles from Sydney, thfe milk be ing first collected, weighed, tested, pasteurised, and cooled in depots convenient to the producing areas. (A ' description of one of these depots, the Raymond Terrace Co-operative Dairy and Produce Company, is at tached.) From these depots the milk is conveyed in bulk tanks of 800 gallons capacity by motor lorries to the railway station, and transferred into similar bulk tanks in lo...

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Returned Soldiers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Returned W&kn* #ss§ciati n, A meeting of the;*N'o. 3 District Council wa* held at the Wellington Hotel vOn- Saturday afternoou last, Mr Khdwier presiding. The meeting had baen called with the object of dealing with the question of some returned meu at Stuth Bunbury. foruiing ai braneh. As Ibis ? was a matter affecting all ' branches, the president hoped that sareful con aideration would be given to it. Correspondence as under was dealt inth : — xarioop L-iancli, advismg that they were holding au opening night on November.,, 1 lift, and inviting the president aud secretary of the Bun bury Couin.il to bo present. Repatriation Department, in reply to a complaint re the caretaker of the Brooklarids Estate not being a returned aoldier.—Stated that the position was only temporary, as the man 'employed was well acquainted with the district. ~0ri the notion of Mr 'Hall, it was decided to refer the matter to the Greenbushes Branch for their con sideration. Objection was expressed ^ t...

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IMPORTATION OF POTATOES. Restrictions Under the Commonwealth Quarantine Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

IMPORTATION OF POTATOES; Restrictions Under the Common wealth Quarantine Act. Representations were recently made fo ..the Government as to the -disabilities imposed on potato, growers of this State by' reason of the fact that importations or seed- potatoes -from overseas were limited r\v »-o,%-.. ]i4-:.n.,n .. ? j ? '. j_i_ . quarantine Act to quantities- of. 14 .ids. m each parcel. The matter: en gaged the attention of: the Hon.- Mr. Baxter duiring his recent visit to the ti-ast and. representations were made n T&lI?uto'-the Minister for Customs'! tJL' d bourn?* As a resllIt the Ho« iJli5;._Ba?cter. £ now; in receipt of a EtT ' r%ca/ira ms±-- from the Min J th.T °lTrade and Customs, advising am a? re?«lations have been amended to allow consignments of potatoes exceeding 141bs. in weight to be imported by or on behaif of a rifS +Government The amended regulations are published in theCom naonwealth Government 'Gazette' of 18th inst., and the following is an ex tract from same...

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Thomson's Brook. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Thofn§@?3'§ Iriii. ? :-*tb.-— ? ? ' ?? (From Our Correspondent.) There was a great gathering of residents at the 'Welcome Home' tendered to three returned soldiers in the Brookhampton Hall oh Wednes day, the 5th inst. Driver Flynn was accompanied by his Scotch bride, and the other two, Privates J Thom son and Morehous^, appeared to be more than pleased to be home again. Speeches and musica^ items were the order of the evening, after which supper was served, followed by the usual gay dance. This is to be the last 'Welcome Home', as -all of our heroes have now. returned, and every one tried to make it worthy of the occasion. Among residents who took advan tage of the early train to the Bunbury Show were Mrs Geo Moore, Miss Bowman and Messrs McNab, Gill, Kenys (2), Bowman and Moore. Mrs A McNab, of; 'Glencoe', Thomson's Brook, is returning home this week after a prolonged stay in Bunbury. She will be accompanied by her wee son, Ronald, a bonnie youngster of some three weeks, who is the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

;., The Most ''Centrally Situated Hotel &a B&nfect?y. £:', ?._?.-??., Proprietor. |u.V^-VV. .' — ? — ? ' x I Wines Beere, and Spirits of the Finest Quality 4 . ? Most Popular Billiard Roonj in the Town. ? Every. Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. Vlolt Harvey Weir and Miles of Orange Orove». ?' WsMelsl Provision made for Weak End Parties and Holiday Seeker*. ? -T^ : THE HARVEY HOTEL Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music : fnd Billiard Booms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor SLed Stabling, and T '' all the most up-to-date Conveniences. v . , JLetters and Telegrams promptly attended to. i ;-^J9W*«m Wo. S^. # \. ... ? - ? (Late of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists especially caterei for. {Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. Mrs. KELLY - ? Propri®!!8®®®* ) '.. \ ' Victoria- Street, Bc«fefttyv \ The largest and most comfortable Lonnge Bat in the South- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

. m .'??--? CAFEL.:'- -...? V:1..1 '.; j I PROPRIETOR--. A.E.MOORE. -' ..? ;. i ..'.??.??? - . , ? ? ? . . Yj j . A Pfclightful. Country .Holiday. Resort. « I Em y. motoring distance of Busselton and ??-^5. ? ? . , the Caves. . / ~ ft ': Boat Liquors only Stocked. / One Minute from Beach and Baths, ?3WdIl O©©r Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky » 1 Is 6d per bottle. S. G. AVERILL, Proprietor. £

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Obituary, THE LATE MRS MCINDOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Obituary, THE LATE MRS MCIN£K)Bt ? ^ if 1 _ . i -The funeral of the' late Mrs Mc Indoe, wife of Mr J. Mclndoe, engine driver for the 'limber Corpor ation, Ltd., and secretary of the Greenbushes Branch of the R.S.A., took place on Friday 7th inst, the Rev T Hurst officiating at the grave-) side in lieu of Rev F Riley, who was; absent through illness. A body of 'diggers' and R.S.A. members attended the funeral and preceded the remains through the town, and paid their last tributes of respect by their presence at the burial service. Messrs V Bond, J Pitts, V Walton, N Thomas, j Morgan and Hackett (returned soldiers) were the pall bearers, and the following sent beautiful floral tributes and wreaths. Mr and Mrs Kenney, Mr and Mrs H J Angus, Mr and Mrs Cox and family, Mr C Williams, Mr and Mrs A Strut hers, Mr and Mrs R A Paul and family, Mr and Mrs Harvey and family, Mrs Cracknell and family, Mr and Mrs P Williams and family, Mr and Mrs. Drew and family, Mr and Mrs G Edwards and family,...

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Science Chats. IV. ON DRAGONS. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Uhm 6kfi. 9 (By Arnold U. Henn.) IV. ONDKAGONS.' (Continued). Another reason against the suppos ed survival of a real tradition of dragons is that, even in regard to so much later — immensely later— creat- ures, such as the mammoth or hairy elephant, which we know was con temporary with man, there is no real tradition. , The natives ot the subarctic regions in which the skeletons and whole carcases of the mammoth are found in a frozen state, and from whence many hundreds of tusks of the mam moth have been yearly exported since the earliest times and used jtn Europe as ivory^ have no 'traditions' of these creatures. They have fanci ful stories' about the ghosts of the mammoth, but they -call their tusks horns, and have no legends of the monster as a living thing. The use of mammoth ivory in northern Eur ope dates back for a thousand years historically, and probably has never ceased since the days of the cave men., A third reason for rejecting any connection of the dragon with a real ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

' ALL SWEETS tarioan loody Uhgn, Nest Lyric Theatre. Bought at Ssm&hwood9© Factory. Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Bnubury. A splendid assortment now on Sale tiresh'fish. smoked fish, JL , BAIT Daily All Supplies Guaranteed. . South-We.ffisfiSuppfylGo. Corner Victoria and Symmonda Streets, BUNBURY. -^ Address correspondence Michblis & Athans Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting AGCOUCHEMEST. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Z©@ Sfcresfc, Bunbury. v VICTORIA-ST, kBUNBURV. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread the Best. » » a §/H^IiHihB II « 7 af&cl Stattaesv OARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW OPEN: Bendigo Cup, Nov. 19. '' December Hdp, Dec. 13. f Communicate with Hobart direct by every mail. 'Phone 52. 1 9^' ? 'nHl.'lUvwJUSU'U^* 'T3M -- ; -Scoipforo. ifciJHI' ' ''- )] He^ad office zn& jLii^ Show Yard : |ffe i@§t Suto@, |||fe . Three Minutes Illl walk West of §StM ....

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Aunt Ernestine's Cake. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

- Aunt Ernestine's Oak©. Take one cupful of sugar, half a cup ful of butter or dripping, and cream together, then add one egg, one cupful of sour milk, into: which one teaspoon ful of baking soda has been dissolved, half a cupful of chonnfid raifjino two eupfuls of flour, one teaspoonful of cinnamon, half 'a teaspoonful of all spice, half a teaspoonful of ground J cloves, a litle mace and nutmeg, and one level teaspoonful of salt-. Stir in the usual way, and bake either in one cake or make into small cookies. j Although quantities are given in the recipes printed above, great care should be taken to use the .right amount of soda with the sour milk. Many per sons use more than is necessary. ^Sour milk varies in acidity; but in general from one-fourth to one-half of a tea spoonful of soda to one cupful of sour ftiilk is a safe proportion. If the milk is only slightly sour, so that only a small amount' of soda. is required — for example, ofte-fourth teaspoonful of soda to a cup — it is...

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Bill Moyas Again! [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

fill! Moyes Again ! g1 '??« We note that our old ''South Bun bury Correspondent' is back in Bridgetown, after many months spent in chasing kangaroos and mosquitoes in the'Murchison district. WV re cently received the following com munication from him : , 'Home again after many exciting adventures in the wilds of the Mur chison ! 1 could tell you of many hairbreath escapes from ferocious 'BungaCTas' qf^ cb'rilliug encounters with bloodthirsty kangaroos, of how I escaped frnm thf- rrafttf Tuiloc nfUho wild black men and wimmin, but you wouldn't believe me, and I have to be careful of my reputation for veracity —what's left of it. When I think of all the mutton and dampers I have eaten, of the beers L couldn't get, it makes a fellow thank ful to see a cow, and be in a town .and within easy distance of four pubs, and three churches.' I was expecting the band to be on tne platform, but1 Wally Toyer had varnished his baton, and it wasn't dry, otherwise Wally assurpd nWhe would have been t...

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